When Melanie was younger she had the time of her life. Mother and father together, about to start her journey in school, friends she enjoyed to be with. Then everything switched. At the early age of five Melanie’s parents split up on bad terms. This caused her father to move miles away resulting in him only seeing her on the weekends, when the traveling situation worked out. After a while everything stopped. Melanie went from seeing her father, Milton, every weekend to every other. Soon after, it wen...
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...tand that she is beautiful just the way she was. She needed to understand that if someone is telling her so she needs to take in the complement and move on throughout the day with it as a booster.
Soon one day hopefully, Melanie will be able to ease of these problems that are interfering with her pure happiness and have little worried. Until then Melanie is pretty much happy with the way she is now. Her voice, her body shape, her skin color, her family issues, her relationship problems not only because they make her who she is but they all taught her a lesson. The moral of this passage wasn’t to show a young woman 's life of problems. It was to show you that take each problem you have in your life and count it as a lesson. A type of lesson that could possibly to help you do better in similar situations, to warn you, to guide you, and to mold you into a better person.
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